August Virtual HC Roundtable - Our Aging Population: Challenges and Opportunities
According to the AARP, there
are currently 44MM+ whom care for an elderly loved one and the market grows
every day. The presenters will discuss the impact of care giving on family
members and how businesses, healthcare providers, government and society are
preparing for the changes this market will bring.
Advisor, Making Care Easier
Mr. DeNoble is the Advisor of Making Care Easier, an on-line service provider for families caring
for elderly parents. Bob previously served as President/CEO of the Marino
Center for Integrative Health, an organization dedicated to integrating
scientifically and empirically demonstrated conventional and complementary
healing traditions from 2005 to 2011. Bob has consulted for many healthcare
related companies on finance, strategy, and operations and was a former
senior executive at McLean Hospital, Mt. Auburn Hospital, and Rhode Island
Hospital and a Director in the health care consulting practice of KPMG.
Author "Don't Give Up On Me!"
Founder, Circle of Life Partners
Ms. Simpson Benvenuti is the Author of "Don't
Give Up on Me!" and Founder of Circle of Life Partners LLC, an organization
committed to helping families successfully support aging parents and maintain
their financial health. Janet has worked as a scientist, pharmaceutical
executive, and management consultant while raising two children and caring
for her elderly father and mother, living at home with lung cancer and
Alzheimer’s disease, respectively. Her memoir, Don’t Give Up on Me!, captures lessons learned
in a fast-paced story that provides clear strategies for navigating the aging
journey successfully. An engaging speaker, Janet advises business leaders,
medical professionals, and entrepreneurs on health care and aging issues
while serving on a number of non-profit boards including the Marino Center
for Integrative Medicine, and the Women’s Health Advocates at Brigham and
Date: Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Time: 12:00 - 1:00pm ET
Location: Virtual. Dial-in information will be sent prior to the call.
Cost: FREE for members; $50 non-members
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